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@Free Pdf × ASP.NET Core 2 and Vue.js: Full Stack Web Development with Vue, Vuex, and ASP.NET Core 2.0 (English Edition) ¿ Leverage ASP CoreWeb API And The Power Of Vuejs At The Client Side To Create Modern Applications From Scratch Key FeaturesCreate Fast, Rich And Reactive Client Side Applications With Vuejs And ASP CoreLeverage Vue Components Efficiently To Build State Of The Art User InterfacesWork With Vuex And Nuxtjs To Build ASP Core Based Applications That Are Powerful, Consistent, And MaintainableBook DescriptionThis Book Will Walk You Through The Process Of Developing An E Commerce Application From Start To Finish, Utilizing An ASP Core Web API And Vuejs Single Page Application SPA FrontendWe Will Build The Application Using A Featureslice Approach, Whereby In Each Chapter We Will Add The Required Frontend And Backend Changes To Complete An Entire Feature In The Early Chapters, Well Keep Things Fairly Simple To Get You Started, But By The End Of The Book, Youll Be Utilizing Some Advanced Concepts, Such As Server Side Rendering And Continuous Integration And Deployment You Will Learn How To Set Up And Configure A Modern Development Environment For Building ASP Core Web APIs And Vuejs SPA FrontendsYou Will Also Learn About How ASP Core Differs From Its Predecessors, And How We Can Utilize Those Changes To Our Benefit Finally, You Will Learn The Fundamentals Of Building Modern Frontend Applications Using Vuejs, As Well As Some Of The Advanced Concepts, Which Can Help Make You Productive In Your Own Applications In The FutureWhat You Will LearnSetup A Modern Development Environment For Building Both Client Side And Server Side CodeUse Vue CLI To Scaffold Front End ApplicationsBuild And Compose A Set Of Vuejs ComponentsSetup And Configure Client Side Routing To Introduce Multiple Pages Into A SPAIntegrate Popular CSS Frameworks With Vuejs To Build A Product CatalogueBuild A Functioning Shopping Cart That Persists Its Contents Across Browser SessionsBuild Client Side Forms With Immediate Validation Feedback Using An Open Source Library Dedicated To Vuejs Form ValidationRefactor Backend Application To Use The OpenIddict Library Who This Book Is ForThis Book Is Aimed At ASP Developers Who Are Looking For An Entry Point In Learning How To Build A Modern Client Side SPA With Vuejs, Or Those With A Basic Understanding Of Vuejs Who Are Looking To Build On Their Knowledge And Apply It To A Real World Application Knowledge Of JavaScript Is Not Necessary, But Would Be An Advantage Table Of ContentsUnderstanding The FundamentalsSetting Up The Development Environment Getting Started With The ProjectBuilding Our First Vuejs Components Building A Product CatalogueBuilding A Shopping Cart User Registration Authentication Processing Payments Building An Admin Panel DeploymentAuthentication OpenID ConnectServer Side Rendering Continuous Integration DeploymentStuart Ratcliffe Is A Professional Software Developer Who Lives And Works In The East Midlands, UK He Has Held Positions At Some Of The Largest IT Companies In The World, Working On High Profile Projects For The UK Government Currently, He Has Been Working On Track And Trace Systems For Medical Instruments That Undergo Sterilization He Holds A Tech Lead Position On The Digital Side Of A Healthcare Company, Building Both Web And Mobile Applications To Support The Clinical Side Of The Business He Is A Full Stack Developer Who Loves To Learn New Technologies This book is Linux friendly So far, I finished five chapters and I was able to run all the samples under Linux environment.Building a PhoneShop application from scratch is a good approach for learning ASP.Net and Vue.js. Following along with the PhoneShop shopping cart application is a good way to learn these technologies I m wrapping up chapter 5 now and I feel like it s going to to take a month at least to get through this Odyssey I m not sure including all of the refactorings, as exercises is a good approach However, there are a great many things to glean from this book, it is comprehensive, to say the least. The author takes a learn as you build approach by walking through the development of a simple shopping cart application, but still manages to include enough how and why explanations so that you will actually learn what is going on Well written and fairly comprehensive for a book covering two big frameworks You will need to know c and js and probably want some background with.net core and some introductory understanding of vue.I was able to follow along and build the entire application from scratch with no problems other than those I introduced myself through typos I appreciated the use of Visual Studio Code and Postgres so the book is usable regardless of platform.net core supports.